The Uncle Floyd Show (1974–1995)

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Half-improvised, low-to-no budget show with sketch comedy and live music (ranging from local talent to star performers), with Uncle Floyd himself as host, puppeteer and piano player.

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1986   1982   1981   1980  
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Scott Gordon ...
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Peter Tork ...
 Himself (6 episodes, 1980-1982)
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Half-improvised, low-to-no budget show with sketch comedy and live music (ranging from local talent to star performers), with Uncle Floyd himself as host, puppeteer and piano player.

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A great show to watch.
2 April 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

We recorded the Uncle Floyd show back in 82-83. People say you can't remember things when you are 3 years old. But I remember my father recording this show on WGBO channel 66 in Chicago. When I watch the show now, I feel like I am 3 or 4 years old again. It was a funny show with all the crazy skits all played by Floyd Vivino. Here are some of the skits in case you don't remember them. Ken doo man, The Grouch, Ricardo the lover man that couldn't get the right record for his show. Coffee clutch classics. Alfred Hitchcock. The guy that sang I'm walking my dog near the curb. And many more. I loved Oogie. He was so funny. What also was neat was when he recorded the show he left the commercials run on some commercial breaks and it's weird seeing all the old commercials of 82-83 with the chefs knife and advertising an old college BB game I think it was North Carolina and Georgetown. I hope they release Uncle Floyd on DVD someday because that would be the prize of my collection.


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